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Das Reich des Herrn

Wenn ich voll Verlangen flehe

Author: August Berens
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: August Berens

Berens, August. (Hamburg, Germany, October 30, 1843--January 12, 1908, Niles Center, Illinois). He attended the Missionhaus at Barmen, Germany, ca. 1859-1862, and then did post-graduate study at Tübingen, ca. 1862-1863. Coming to the United States, he was a missionary pastor for the Evangelical Synod of North America on the western frontier, especially in Wisconsin and Minnesota. He was pastor in Washington, Missouri, 1878-1887, and of St. Peter's Church, Elmhurst, Illinois, 1887-1906. He was the author of Frülingsboten: Gedichte (St. Charles, Illinois, 1889) and Frisch und fromm: Ein Kinderbüchlein mit Gedichten, Liedern, und Sprüchen (St. Louis, n.d.). He became a U.S. citizen in June, 1892. Berens married a school teacher, Clara R… Go to person page >

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First Line: Wenn ich voll Verlangen flehe
Title: Das Reich des Herrn
Author: August Berens
Refrain First Line: Wer droben will vor Gottes Thron
Copyright: Public Domain

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